Why Community Matters

Why Community Matters

Are you part of a group where you feel supported, safe and inspired? If so, you understand the importance of community and if not, you’ll soon find out why you should be.


In this episode of the Doers Shakers Makers podcast, find out how why community matters and how to find a community that you’ll love being a part of.

Here is what’s covered:

  1. What is community?
  2. Why is community important?
  3. Types of communities.
  4. How to find a community to join.
  5. Deciding if you should join a community.
  6. The ugly sides of communities.
  7. Tips for finding and joining communities.

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News & Announcements mentioned in this episode:

  • If you’re in Austin, TX, there is an in-person Doers Shakers Makers Meetup on October 4th, from 1-3pm at Mozart’s Coffee Roasters. It will be low key, relaxing and a great way to meet your fellow Doers Shakers Makers in person! You are welcome to stay the entire time or pop in and say hello for a few minutes.
  • The Doers Shakers Makers Network is launching on September 17th! This is a membership site that has a format similar to Facebook groups, but with a better way to navigate through the conversations. The Network will also have courses, circles, and many more cool options. Check out DoersShakersMakers.com on or after September 17th for more info.
  • The Doers Shakers Makers Facebook group will remain just as it is. Free, engaged and a wonderful place to find fellow go-getters. The groups will co-exist with the Network offering a more robust experience for those of you who are interested.

The Doers Shakers Makers podcast is hosted and produced by Business Strategist, Writer, and Speaker, Sierra Bailey. Did this episode inspire you or you want to say hi? Send Sierra an email.

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